ICYMI: Using brain power to move a game character
The power of brain waves compel you.
Uber and Lyft aren't immune to racial discrimination by drivers
A study shows that drivers are more likely to cancel or make you wait if you're black.
Researchers use the human body to transfer wireless passwords
Like conducting electricity but with precious data.
HemaApp gives smartphones the power to detect anemia
It uses the phone's flash to analyze the condition of a patient's blood.
Sun-powered bacteria turn nasty CO2 into helpful biofuel
The organisms reduce pollution and create fuel in one step.
EPA hands out $4.5 million to build better air pollution sensors
The move could help you study air quality in your own neighborhood.
ICYMI: Smart surfboard, robot hand that can learn and more
Escaping to the ocean yet still reachable by text.
Robot hand learns to twirl objects on its own
We're one step closer to robots with a delicate touch.
Earth's early air weighed half as much as it does today
The findings could force us to rethink how our planet developed.